Pastor Mike will don his “rabbi’s mantle” and lead us in this significant observance. Jesus is our Paschal Lamb, but what about the role of the Holy Spirit in the Passover? Join us as we
follow in the footsteps of Jesus & His disciples, as much as possible.
Join us as we “Do this in remembrance”
of Yeshua Ha Meshia, our Paschal Lamb.
…Behold! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world! (John 1:29)
Here’s What To Bring for the Potluck:
1. A Main Dish
2. A Salad or Dessert
PLEASE NOTE: We are Gentiles. This is a Grace potluck, not a kosher one.
WOL will provide leg of lamb, unleavened bread, bitter herbs, kosher wine, and grape juice. Paper plates & plastic ware will also be provided.
Space is limited! RSVP by calling the office: 702-506-1624. Or by using our contact form, telling us how many will attend.
IMPORTANT NOTICE! Please do not RSVP by FaceBook or Messenger.
What To Expect:
The Passover Seder (feast) lasts about 2½ - 3 hours, and is done in three parts: The bread of Moses, the bread of Isaiah, and the bread of the Messiah.
During the Moses portion, we taste bitter herbs, lamb, matzoh bread, and either kosher wine or grape juice. This is done with all participants standing up. This is the bread of healing.
There will be prayer for the sick. Expect the healing power of God!
During the Isaiah portion, we discuss and receive the bread of repentance. Then we eat a potluck meal together.
After our meal, we begin the Messiah portion of the Passover. We read passages concerning the Last Supper and the Lord’s passion. Candles are blown out and we illustrate what was sent into the darkness with Yeshua, and all that was accomplished with His death. Then as we experience the Resurrection, candles are lighted again, and the prophetic Word of the Lord flows.
Come experience the Lord’s Supper in a different way
Then He [Jesus] said to them, ‘With fervent desire I have desired
to eat this Passover with you before I suffer…’ Luke 22:15